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Check Out The Prompts For All The Writing Competitions

The Year 2022

“Celebrate endings—for they precede new beginnings.” 

– Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Write a poem about the upcoming year 2022. 

Moments Of Love

“The greatest gift you can ever give another person is your own happiness.” 

- Esther Hicks

Write a romantic poem about a gift that you either received or presented to a loved one.

Happy Tears and Sad Ones

“It doesn’t matter how you’re feeling—sometimes you just need a good cry.”

For some of us, watching or reading something sad film in the middle of a global pandemic is our idea of escapism. Write a scribble about a TV Show or a movie, or a book that made you cry! 

Embrace Your Scars

"Talent is a good thing to have if you want to be a writer. But the only real requirement is the ability to remember every scar"

― Stephen King

Tell the story of a scar, whether a physical scar or an emotional one. Talk about how it changed you or what it made you feel and realise.

Race Against Time

Write a story with the following plot:

Wealthy, unmarried Arshia Mehra is murdered, and she leaves her entire fortune to a man she met two weeks before, putting suspicion squarely on him. Detective Rajani Pandit thinks the man is innocent. She has a week to make her case before this goes before a jury. But when she digs into Arshia’s background, Rajani finds Arshia wasn’t at all what she seemed. 

Hope Changes Everything

“Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops at all.”

– Emily Dickinson

Write a micro tale in 320 characters on “Hope”.

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